Who Are We

Meet the Owner.


Michele
is a certified Sulky Teacher, digitizing Art and Stitch Teacher, certified Longarm Quilter for Handi Quilter and Baby Lock, and teaches Pro-Stitcher on the Handi Quilter longarm machine.

Michele owned her own Graphic Design business in South Africa. She and her husband came to the USA in 1997 with their two sons, who are now grown up.

While living near Atlanta, she had the privilege of longarming several quilts for a Bed and Breakfast in Denver, Colorado.
Our Business

We purchased our first Handi Quilter machine and started a Longarm Quilting Business in Georgia (called "Edge To Edge Quilting, Inc", and have never looked back since.

We moved to Destin mid 2016, and continued our longarm quilting service.

We LOVE Handi Quilter machines - they are easy to use, high quality machines. Parts and gadgets are easily available from our store, and we will happily organize special orders for you through our store.

We specialize in selling Handi Quilter machines, Longarm Quilting, Banners, and Embroidery (including digitizing).

What makes us unique is that we have technical support and training on hand in the store. We are here for you, and will be glad to help you.

Come and see us for a quote.
Meet our Coastal Stitches Technician.


Quinton
is married to Michele, and will help you get set up with your new longarm machine, and will be here for technical support.  Quinton was born in Zimbabwe, and loves to refurbish Apple Computers, train in Sales, and and he enjoys riding his motorcycle.



Our mission is to offer a professional service to our customers in Destin and the surrounding areas.

We love your quilts as much as you do.


Training is one of our specialties.




Owner Featured on Custom Shape Pro's website.


Custom Shape Pro's make custom dies for Go! AccuQuilt.

About Us

 
Michele loves to be creative. She entered the Moda "Piece and Comfort" Challenge in 2015, and won the Moda Designer's Choice Award for her quilt in May of 2015. The challenge was to create a patriotic quilt honoring our brave soldiers, using at least 90% of Moda "Because of the Brave" fabric.

After winning the local competition through The Stitchery in Rome, she was entered into the National competition. She had her heart set on the main prize which was to be chosen by the Moda Design Team, unlike the runner-up 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes which were 'family-and-friend-voter-driven' prizes.

On May 8, 2015, Michele received the exciting news that her original quilt design had been chosen by the design team at Moda fabrics. This will be incorporated into a quilt kit soon.